The Good Wife’s Matt Czuchry on Cary and the Season-Four Finale

In last night's season finale of The Good Wife, Alicia calls someone to suggest they talk in person at her apartment, leaves her husband's party celebrating his electoral win, and when she opens the door, it's not (as we might have assumed) her sometime lover/boss Will Gardner, with whom she'd had yet another steamy kiss earlier in the episode. This time, it's Cary Agos on her threshold — and she tells him, "I'm in." Meaning she's leaving Lockhart Gardner and joining Agos in the firm he's starting with the other defecting fourth-year associates. It's actually a more meaningful change than choosing Peter or Will, although one of the incentives of being at a different firm means it's less complicated (albeit less convenient) to sleep with the boss. Matt Czuchry, who plays Cary, chatted with Vulture about what Alicia's decision means for the show and how it will shake up the dynamics and open up the sex lives of its characters.



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